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Volunteer in Costa Rica and discover one of the most sustainable countries on earth. Costa Rica is famous for its numerous volunteering projects. UBELONG is a social venture based in the United States that was founded in 2009 on the belief that everyone can make a difference through international volunteering. We, Green World Adventures, have...
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You can’t call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang. Here, I have a few slangs you must learn before coming to Costa Rica. Agüevado/a: Slang for feeling depressed or down. The verb is agüevarse. Estoy agüevado … I am feeling down. Brete: In Costa Rica brete means work. The verb bretear means to work. Trabajo is the more...
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You can’t call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang. Here, I have a few slangs you must learn before coming to Costa Rica. A cachete: is an expression to say something is good. A cachete inflado is a synonym. Un Aguila: Literally means “an eagle” but it’s used to refer to the...
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Monumento Nacional guayabo Montículos
Guayabo: National Monument The National Monument of Guayabo was stablished to protect one of the biggest and most important archeological places in Costa Rica. It is in the region of Santa Teresita, Turrialba in Cartago, approximately 85 kilometers from San Jose. It has an extension of 2.179 hectares, that protects the tall evergreen pluvial premontane...
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